Long gone are the days of relying on wood stoves to provide heat and warmth to our homes during the colder months of the year. Now there is a large variety of different heating systems that one can choose for their home. While many rely on furnaces to provide heat, a less common yet highly…Read More Here!
Edmonton winters are no joke. When the temperatures drop, the furnace kicks in. With this in mind, it’s no shock to hear that Edmontonians often see a huge jump in their heating bills this time of year. Peak Hydronics wants to help you keep your home warm and comfortable this winter while saving money on…Read More Here!
Maintaining a functioning furnace system is crucial in surviving the frigid Canadian winters. The last thing you want is to do is scramble to replace a broken furnace system in the dead of winter. As long as you pay attention to how your furnace is running, you can easily spot the signs that your furnace…Read More Here!
Despite its reputation for being a snowy ice-land, Canada possesses a climate that not only makes us very cold but very hot as well. It’s not surprising, then, that heat pumps have become a popular heating and cooling method for Canadian homes. They work as an all-in-one home heating system and an air conditioning system by…Read More Here!
When it comes to heating your home, the most common heating systems found in North America are either furnace or boiler systems. Boiler systems, also known as hydronic heating systems, are quickly becoming a popular choice for both home-builders and those looking to replace their current system. Learn more about what a hydronic heating system…Read More Here!